Game News Skull and Bones: gameplay and a release date soon shared by Ubisoft?
Crossing the seven seas is not easy, especially when traveling by caravel like Skull and Bones. Ubisoft’s pirate game has a long delay, but could end up arriving safely sooner than expected: Ubisoft is about to give a release date to its title according to recent rumors.
Skull and Bones returns from overseas
The wait is long, very long even, before finally having news of Skull and Bones. Developed by the Singaporean subsidiary of Ubisoft, the game was presented for the first time at E3… 2017! Since then, the app has been sailing in troubled waters but should end up docking during the current fiscal year. This is what the studio recently said, which did not give any additional news so far.
To have news precisely, it was necessary to turn to the leaks of last April when gameplay was shared en masse on the web. Ubisoft later confirmed that the gameplay is from the game, also asking players to watch for news. For now, the wait is still endless, but the patience of the players could end up paying off. Indeed, according to the journalist Tom Henderson, Skull And Bones should point the tip of its bow in July. Early July itself.
A release date soon shared by Ubisoft?
According to well-informed journalist Tom Henderson, Ubisoft is about to reveal new information about its pirate game with a detailed presentation of gameplay, but also and above all, a release date. Still according to Tom Henderson, this new presentation should take place shortly, during the week of July 4 to be more precise.
This information is not trivial given the recent leaks concerning the game when Ubisoft confirmed last April its intention to present the game again in the near future. Furthermore, Skull and Bones was recently spotted on Australian and Brazilian listings. According to this leak, the game would be intended exclusively for the latest generations of consoles, as well as the PC and Stadia. Information once again mentioned by Tom Henderson.
We can therefore expect the journalist’s statements to prove true. We will now have to wait until the beginning of July and look towards the horizon to see, perhaps, the sails of Skull and Bones.